Biography - A Short Wiki
Lidia is a famously known American chef, author, television host, and restaurateur. She is known for owning multiple restaurants and the television show “Lidia’s Italy In America.” She has been a regular contributor to cooking shows from public television. She owns several Italian restaurants in the U.S in partnership with her kids.
Here is a short summary of Lidia Bastianich's career:
Lidia is famously known for her unique specialization in Italian American cuisine and owns many restaurants in the U.S. Some of her cuisines are a partnership with her children and ex-husband, and after the opening of several restaurants, she was going through her divorce phase she decides to start her career in television.
Family and Personal Life
Lidia got married at the age of nineteen, to Felix Bastianich, a fellow Istria- Italian immigrant and restaurant worker from Labin, Istria. They two had met on Lidia’s sixteenth birthday, and they got married in 1966. The couple has two children together, a son Joseph and daughter Tanya. They opened two restaurants in queens, Buonavia “good road” was the first restaurant they opened in 1971.
|Husband's/Spouse's Name||Felix Bastianich (m. 1966; div 1997)|
|Children/Kids||Yes 2 (Joe and Tanya)|
Nationality, Net Worth and Other Facts
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|Full/Real Name||Lidia Giuliana Mattichio Bastianich|
|Age (as of today)||75 years|
|Date of Birth||February 21, 1947|
|Place of Birth||Paula, Yugoslavia|
|Height||1.61 m, 5 feet 3 inches|
|Weight||60 kg, 132.5 lbs|
|Net Worth / Wealth||$10 million|
|Occupation||Author, Producer, Restaurateur|
Height, Weight, and Age
Lidia Bastianich's height is pretty average measuring 1.61 m. The author weighs 60 kg. As of today, January 30, 2023, Lidia Bastianich is 75 years old.
The service of food is to nurture, to please, to nourish.Lidia Bastianich
The Caprese salad perfectly represents the colors of the Italian flag. While I am not so sure that the colors of the flag stem from the cuisine, there is no denying that those colors do evoke a typical Italian plate.Lidia Bastianich
Italian food is seasonal. It is simple. It is nutritionally sound. It is flavorful. It is colorful. It’s all the things that make for a good eating experience, and it’s good for you.Lidia Bastianich
Vin brule is a version of mulled wine enjoyed in Piemonte, in northwestern Italy. It’s a perfect choice for holiday entertaining because you can double or even triple the recipe and leave it over very low heat, ladling it out as your guests come in from the cold.Lidia Bastianich
I’m not an entertainer – that’s not what I do. I want to teach viewers; I want to show them. I want to share my culture.Lidia Bastianich